Animal Communication? Listening & Being
Animal Communication is the ability to "hear" the thoughts, feel the feelings and "see" pictures an animal "sends." To simplify: it's about using your intuition, the language of the Heart, to deeply listen.
I have been a professional Animal Intuitive or Animal Communicator for over twenty-eight years. I have learned so much from the animals during my career and it has been a great honor and privilege to be their voice, so that other humans can hear what I receive.
I am often asked, "How do you do it?" My reply, "It's not about doing anything; it's about being." What I mean is, being is a quiet, still state of receptivity; the yin as opposed to the yang act of doing. Yin and being are feminine energies. Being is waiting. It involves patience and trust. Trust is key. I trust that 1) I can receive, 2) the animal can "send," 3) what I receive is as real as radio signals. At my core is a belief that all animals are conscious and have a "higher mind" or soul as each human being does. All animals are connected to the Divine and know their place or role in the Earth's ecosystems and in relationship to one another.
I believe that besides bringing my gift of animal communication to the world, it is my mission to speak the messages the animals wish to share. We are emerging into a new reality - one of listening to one another in order to create a more fair, healthy world where all can thrive. This only happens when we remember our connection to one another and to something bigger - the Earth and all LIFE we are a part of. To remember our connection, we have only to listen to the animals, the trees and plants, our family members who remember.
"But ask now the beasts and they shall teach thee; and the fowls of the air, and they shall teach thee; Or speak to the earth and it shall teach thee; And the fishes of the sea will declare unto thee." Job 12:7-8.
"And so, with a boundless heart, should one cherish all living beings." Gautama Buddha
Time to listen. You can start here.
With Love, Your Voice of animals,